Daily Express
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FOR years conspiracy theorists have claimed there was an ancient civilisation on Mars... but something wiped it out and destroyed life on the Red Planet.
Sputnik International
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Boris Pistorius, the interior minister in the German state of Lower Saxony, lashed out at Turkey on Tuesday for spying on hundreds of its nationals in Germany over what he said was almost an paranoid fear of conspiracy, local media reported.
South China Morning Post
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Phys.Org
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Politico
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Local TV stations have always been targets for people like stalkers (especially of female anchors), conspiracy theorists and other disturbed individuals. But the top-20 Florida station’s television executive said there’s an “environment of hostility from anti-government groups and our government” has led to many more “accusations that TV stations are either carrying the water for the liberals, giving Trump too much press coverage or being part of a fake news apparatus.”
21stCenturyWire
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The Brookings Institution published a policy paper in summer 2015 titledDeconstructing Syria: Towards A Regionalized Strategy For A Confederal Country ”, which built on the PYD-YPG Kurdsown self-proclaimedfederal/confederalmanifesto from February of earlier that year. Nine months later in March 2016, the Kurds declared to the world that they would be carrying out their earlier-issued manifesto and implementing a “federalsystem in northern Syria. Over the summer of 2016, one year after the Brookings Institution was the first think tank to seriously introduce the idea of a “confederalSyria to America decision makers and strategists, the RAND Corporation published the second edition of their “Peace Plan For Syria” that looked at “Options For Future Governance”, the most appealing of which they said was a “decentralizedtrajectory that would eventually lead to some sort of de-factofederalism” (though taking care to note that “this term connotes a Western conspiracy to many Syrians” and should avoid being mentioned if possible).
Mirrorspectrum
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A mysterious discovery was made recently. It is believed that a super massive wall located beneath Earth’s oceans. This mysterious wall, found by a YouTube channel calledFlat Earth Arabicclaims the massive wall tens of thousands of miles across beneath the ocean. In the distant past, UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists have found countless unexplained things on Google Earth. From pyramids to mysterious towers, petroglyphs, and even sunken cities, Google Earth has unleashed the imagination of people around the globe. Not long ago we reported about a supposed discovered just off the coast of Mexico12°81.5″N, 119°3526.4″W—where a researcher discovered a humongous underwater pyramid. Among the many structures that are said to remain hidden beneath the ocean, ‘researchers’ have found things that—supposedlychallenge everything we know about our history.
Manchester Evening News
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The Sun Daily
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KyivPost
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The night after a growing number of officials called for the chairman of the Trump-Russia investigation to recuse himself and the news that the President’s son-in-law will be hauled in for questioning, the President expressed his frustration through social media. Read more here. The post The Independent: Trump peddles Clinton conspiracy theory to detract from Russia investigation appeared first on KyivPost .
TYT YouTube
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Alex Jones is suddenly super sorry about that whole Pizzagate thing. What gives? Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "Alex Jones, a prominent conspiracy theorist and the host of a popular right-wing radio show, has apologized for helping to spread and promote the hoax known as Pizzagate. The admission on Friday by Mr. Jones, the host of “The Alex Jones Show” and the operator of the website Infowars, was striking. In addition to promoting the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, he has contended that the Sept. 11 attacks were inside jobs carried out by the United States government and that the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., was a hoax concocted by those hostile to the Second Amendment. The Pizzagate theory, which posited with no evidence that top Democratic officials were involved with a satanic child pornography ring centered around Comet Ping Pong, a pizza restaurant in Washington, D.
The Event Chronicle
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They are built upon leylines; which in many cases have even older ruins beneath them. Let’s not mention the star gates and wormholes left behind – that’s “conspiracy stuff” certain agencies dont want us talking about. Most doctors have become businessmen and drug pushers: ignoring many of the cures for most diseases, altogether ignoring preventative measures and dietary options. Food should be your medicine and what has happened to the food industry? This is all by design. It is all interconnected and governed by an ancient force that has suppressed, “genocided”, and enslaved humanity even longer than your recorded history. When you climb the ladder of power, position and wealth in “every” institution it gets darker and more corruptleading into unseen negative entities, energies and forces most would find unimaginable. There is a Great War, transdimensional in nature, occurring as we speak.
Politico
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Politico
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The Event Chronicle
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S. streets “with 10,500 hectares under poppy cultivation in 2012” while Afghanistan had “224,000 hectares” according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in a 2014 report but the numbers tell a different story. Mexico’s heroin trade is small in comparison although it has been increasing its production capabilities. However, not only heroin from Afghanistan is the major source for U.S. citizens, “BigPharma”, or the ‘corporate drug dealers’ who selllegal drugs” also have a hand in the epidemic because they produce and sellOpioids’ such as OxyContin and Percocet which is similar to heroin. Opioid medications are normally used as painkillers for broken bones, lacerations or post-surgery pain. However, abusing Opioids can also lead to heroin use. The online news source The Huffington Post published an article titledRon Paul Had Accurate Conspiracy Theory: CIA Was Tied To Drug Traffickershighlights what the former Libertarian Presidential nominee Dr.
The Event Chronicle
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BBC One West Midlands
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They say he's a man with "almost excyclopaedic" knowledge of gun laws who imported hundreds of pre-war weapons and sold them illegally. He denies conspiracy to supply firearms and ammunition
TIME - Top Stories
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TIME - News
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The Event Chronicle
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By DANIEL CHAITIN Infowars apologized on Friday for its role in perpetuating the “Pizzagateconspiracy theory that connected a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant to a child sex ring run by Hillary Clinton. Talk show host Alex Jones, an avid Trump supporter who runs the site, went on air to read a statement where he personally apologized to James Alefantis, the owner of Comet Ping Pong, which was repeatedly harassed and threatened for its alleged connection to Pizzagate. It was at that restaurant in December that a man from North Carolina walked in and fired a rifle as he looked for evidence supporting the conspiracy theory that there were underground tunnels through which children were trafficked. “In our commentary about what had become known as Pizzagate, I made comments about Mr. Alefantis that in hindsight I regret, and for which I apologize to him,” Jones said.
InfoWars Daily Podcast
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Ars Technica
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Bigfoot cares for its young. (credit: Katy Kristin ) The world as a whole has become increasingly reliant on science to provide its technology and inform its policy. But rampant conspiracy theories, fake news, and pseudoscience like homeopathy show that the world could use a bit more of the organized skepticism that provides the foundation of science. For that reason, it has often been suggested that an expanded science education program would help cut down on the acceptance of nonsense. But a study done with undergrads at North Carolina State University suggests that a class on scientific research methods doesn't do much good. Instead, a class dedicated to critical analysis of nonsense in archeology was far more effective at getting students to reject a variety of pseudoscience and conspiracy theories. And it worked even better when the students got their own debunking project.
Ars Technica
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Bigfoot cares for its young. (credit: Katy Kristin ) The world as a whole has become increasingly reliant on science to provide its technology and inform its policy. But rampant conspiracy theories, fake news, and pseudoscience like homeopathy show that the world could use a bit more of the organized skepticism that provides the foundation of science. For that reason, it has often been suggested that an expanded science education program would help cut down on the acceptance of nonsense. But a study done with undergrads at North Carolina State University suggests that a class on scientific research methods doesn't do much good. Instead, a class dedicated to critical analysis of nonsense in archeology was far more effective at getting students to reject a variety of pseudoscience and conspiracy theories. And it worked even better when the students got their own debunking project.
The Event Chronicle
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By Amando Flavio The subject of mind control has been keenly contested for some time now. Mind or thought control is broadly defined as human subjects being indoctrinated in a way that causes an impairment of autonomy – the inability to think independently, and a disruption of beliefs and affiliations. Mind control was initially considered a mere conspiracy theory. During the early days of the term, its adherents believed a human’s mind could be controlled through the dissemination of propaganda messages to suit the person disseminating the message. Even media theories such as Agenda Setting, Framing and Priming supported the notion that the human mind could be controlled to think in a certain direction the media wanted. This, in theory, becomes possible through the messages the media disseminate to the public. As the media constantly bombard people with a specific message or idea, over time, people become addicted to it, adopting it as a reality.